Cape Cod Road Trip on $20 a day
This is part of an 18 week, 7,532 mile, Vanabode road trip detailed in the
book from Amazon
This page covers some of the miscellaneous places we hit in Cape Cod. See master list for the rest.
All these items on display at the Cape Cod Salt Pond Visitor Center were hand carved from whale bones, teeth, tusks, and ivory.
Above: Somewhere along here we saw this beautiful wild turkey strutting across the road.
Above: Nauset lighthouse in Cape Cod during the near daily fog drizzle.
Above: Provinceland Lighthouse turned visitors center and marina in Cape Cod. I thought that structure was impossibly tall and they do charge to go up in it.
Above and below: The Sesuit Harbor Cafe was a delightful dining experience on the waterfront. Kelly checks out the maps for the next leisurely days worth of travel up along the coast.
Above: Highland lighthouse and museum in Cape Cod seemed more inland than most of the others.
The Highland lighthouse and museum houses some interesting artifacts. The Fresnel lens is a flat lens made of a number of concentric rings to magnify and concentrate available light. We first saw one at the Ponce Lighthouse at Daytona Beach inlet.
Cape Cod's Pamet Trail to the beach is long, fun, easy to walk, and filled with ticks. See the book for what happened to Kelly.
Once on the tick free and deserted Pamet Trail beach smiles break out.
This is why we Vanabode instead of traveling like the masses. Do you see any development here? Any other people? Any dog poo, or trash, or noise, or pollution, or peasants selling trinkets you don't need?
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